Rebuilding your home after a natural disaster is one of the most stressful and devastating things. It can be very heartbreaking, but there is always someone to help. At Rick’s Energy Solutions, our green energy consulting team is dedicated to making sure your home is up to the California green energy codes when building. Our mission is to make sure your home is energy efficient!
What is the Purpose of the California Energy Codes?
The Title 24 Compliance in the state of California is meant for energy conservation when it comes to construction and home building. The reduction of energy consumption in the state is meant to bring us to a healthier economy, environment and future in our state and the world around us. Our consulting team works with designers and builders to follow energy-efficient construction methods.
The Benefits of Energy Efficient Homes:
- Live Comfortably
- Reduce Energy Consumption
- Reduce Carbon Footprint
- Cut Energy Bills
California Green Building Code (CALGreen)
The CALGreen Code is the California building code standard used in design and construction to ensure energy-efficiency, resource conservation, water conservation, in-door air quality and good site practices for homes. When rebuilding your home after a natural disaster, like a wildfire or mudslide in California, your goal is to ensure you can build a healthy, safe and efficient home. When complying with the state of California’s green building code, you’re doing that.
Rick’s Energy Solutions
At Rick’s Energy Solutions, we understand the difficult times homeowners go through when losing their homes to a wildfire. We’re in California for the reason to help homeowners rebuild their lives in an efficient and healthy way with green energy home solutions. Sustainable living is the way of the future for homeowners all around the country, and we want you to know how important an energy consultation can be in the long run.
Contact Rick’s Energy Solutions at 707-578-5380 today or visit us online for more information about rebuilding your home under California’s green energy standards.